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Coming off a 49-14 win at Kenwood High Friday, Wilson Central will be put to the test this week as the Wildcats take on Region 4,6A rival Mt. Juliet High.

Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. Friday at Wildcat Stadium. No tickets will be sold at the gate as online buyers gobbled up all available tickets earlier in the week.

Coach Brad Dedman's team stand 2-2 after back-to-back victories over Montgomery County programs.

Mt. Juliet moved to 3-0 on the heels of a 31-10 win at previously undefeated Gallatin last week.

The Bears broke open a 3-3 halftime game with four touchdowns in the final 24 minutes.

Mt. Juliet has had the upper hand in the head-to-head series with Wilson Central. In fact, WCHS last tasted victory in 2008 -- a 39-27 win in Gladeville.

Here's a quick look at the other five games involving Wilson County-based programs.

DCA at Friendship Christian -- The overall health of the team still up in the air, Friendship Christian School is scheduled to host Division II-A East rival Donelson Christian Academy Friday.  Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. at Pirtle Field.

Originally, the game was scheduled Sept. 4, but was moved to Sept. 18 due to Covid-19 issues.

Down at least nine upperclassmen and head coach John McNeal last week due to Covid-19 contact tracing, FCS hammered hapless Chattanooga Grace Baptist 44-7 -- moving to 2-1 overall.

Junior Don Dunning handled much of the offensive load, running 15 times for 116 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He also recorded four tackles, recovered two fumbles and intercepted a pass.

Speedy sophomore Delanie Majors took snaps at quarterback, completing all three of his attempts for 65 yards and two scores.

Senior Drew Porter moved back to receiver -- catching two balls for 47 yards and a touchdown.

Porter also ran six times for 72 yards and another score.

Senior linebacker Bobby Owen enjoyed a field day, recovering three GBA fumbles, blocking a punt and recording three tackles.

DCA improved to 3-0 on the season following last week's 31-14 home win over Summertown.

That game was only finalized on Thursday after it became apparent scheduled foe Middle Tennessee Christian School would be unable to field a team due to the coronavirus.

Lebanon at Hendersonville -- Lebanon hits the road Friday, traveling to Sumner County for a 7 p.m. contest against Hendersonville High at Memorial Stadium.

Live radio coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. on WANT FM-98.9 and online at www.wantfm.com. There will be no free live stream video of the game.

The Blue Devils picked up their first "on the field" win of the 2020 season with a 45-33 win over LaVergne Sept. 11.

Hendersonville stands 2-2 following a 28-14 loss at rival Beech High School.

Region 6, 4A foes Lebanon and Hendersonville have played each of the past three season with the home team winning all three meetings.

In 2019, Lebanon tripped the Commandos 21-20 at Tribble Field / Watkins Stadium while in 2018 HHS slipped past the Blue Devils 26-22.

Back in 2017 LHS pulled out a 29-23 victory with a late quarterback sack by Kemon Neuble to seal the deal.

Lebanon tailback Dequantay Shannon is looking for another big night having run for 172 yards and five touchdowns last week.

Sophomore quarterback Jalen Abston had a breakout game, completing 12-of-20 passes for 176 yards and a pair of scores.

Cascade at Watertown -- A pair of Region 4, 2A opponents square off Friday as Watertown hosts Cascade. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. Friday at Robinson Stadium.

The Purple Tigers enter Friday's encounter 3-1 after a 21-14 come-from-behind road win over DeKalb County Friday, Sept. 11.

In fact, the Purple Tigers have played four close games so far this season -- a 14-7 win at rival Gordonsville, a 24-20 home loss to Class 4A Nolensville and a 9-7 victory at Trousdale County.

The Cascade Champions picked up the first win of the season last week with a 44-0 victory at Huntland High.

Franklin Grace Christian at Mt. Juliet Christian -- Mt. Juliet Christian Academy returns to their home away from home, Mt. Juliet Middle School's Capt. Barry Wilmore Field, Friday for a 7 p.m. game vs. Franklin's Grace Christian.

The 0-4 Saints were out-manned in last week's 54-7 loss at The King's Academy.

Grace Christian (2-2) has lost two in a row -- 32-22 to Cornersville and 46-3 to The King's Academy.

Smyrna at Green Hill -- Still seeking the first win in the brief history of the program, Green Hill will host Smyrna Friday at 7 p.m.

The 0-3 Hawks dropped a 42-0 loss at Goodpasture a week ago while Smyrna stands 2-2 after being handed a 40-20 loss at Riverdale High.

Turnovers have been a problem for Green Hill, losing the football with four fumbles and five interceptions through three games.

General admission tickets have been made available through the www.gofan.com site.

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